Systems Engineering with SysML/UML by Tim Weilkiens
Modeling, Analysis, Design (The MK/OMG Press)

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UML, the Universal Modeling Language, was the first programming language designed to fulfill the requirement for "universality." However, it is a software-specific language, and does not support the needs of engineers designing from the broader systems-based perspective. Therefore, SysML was created. It has been steadily gaining popularity, and many companies, especially in the heavily-regulated Defense, Automotive, Aerospace, Medical Device and Telecomms industries, are already using SysML, or are plannning to switch over to it in the near future.

However, little information is currently available on the market regarding SysML. Its use is just on the crest of becoming a widespread phenomenon, and so thousands of software engineers are now beginning to look for training and resources. This book will serve as the one-stop, definitive guide that provide an introduction to SysML, and instruction on how to implement it, for all these new users.

*SysML is the latest emerging programming language--250,000 estimated software systems engineers are using it in the US alone!
*The first available book on SysML in English
*Insider information! The author is a member of the SysML working group and has written sections of the specification
*Special focus comparing SysML and UML, and explaining how both can work together

About Tim Weilkiens

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Bernd Oestereich owns and manages his own software company (" Dienstleistungen fur innovative Informatik") He has over 10 years' experience in OO software engineering, including working as an analyst, designer, programmer, project leader & trainer. He regularly speaks at conferences in the Object Technology, Requirements Engineering, Software Architecture & Software Management areas. He's also a partner in System Bauhaus (network of German OO consultants) with Nico Josuttis & Peter Hrushka.
Published August 29, 2011 by Morgan Kaufmann. 320 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Education & Reference, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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